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ndie Spice Grill is a contemporary reflection of the eclectic and diverse history of Indian cuisine. Warm and welcoming, accessible and exceptional, their melting pot of Indian influences are centre-stage at their theatre of fine dining. They follow a long tradition of serving only the freshest food and exceeding customer satisfaction. Indie creates an exceptional spectacle because of their dedicated chefs that make every meal a taste sensation. Their delectable food selections and top notch service keep patrons coming back for more. Delivery also available. www.indiespicegrill.ie SWORDS, Burgundy House, Forster Way SANDYMOUNT, 23-24 Sandymount Green, D4 NAAS, 3 New Row, Co. Kildare BELFAST, 159 Stranmillis Rd www.indiespicegrill.ie BEST REMEDY DR HEMP ME The good people behind Dr. Hemp Me have breathed new life into the emerging CBD marketplace. 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Now producing for Harrods! Check out Miena’s website for a full list of outlets that stock Miena’s or buy online! email@example.com @Mienashandmadenougat Twitter: Mienashandmadenougat TOP 5 THINGS TO DO ON THE CAUSEWAY COASTAL ROUTE Scenic, dramatic and inspiring, the Causeway Coastal Route is a constant feature of global top tens and top fives when it comes to visitor experiences and bucket lists. Around every corner of this spectacular winding route you’ll find thrills and adventure, as well as peaceful retreats. 1. Glorious Glenariff Located at the heart of the Glens of Antrim, and set in a classic u-shaped valley, the Waterfall Walkway in Glenariff Forest Park opened 80 years ago. The forest trail follows a recently renovated boardwalk through the nature reserve, past spectacular scenery, river gorges and three beautiful waterfalls. This is a big attraction for nature lovers and those after a pretty picture too. 2. UNESCO-protected Giant’s Causeway Don’t have too much though, you’ve more balancing to do at the world-famous Giant’s Causeway. Arguably Northern Ireland’s most famous attraction, the causeway was formed over 60 million years ago, when molten lava cooled suddenly on contact with water. It’s an awe-inspiring landscape featuring hexagonal basalt columns and has left behind distinctive stone formations with fanciful names including the camel, wishing chair and the organ. When you’re there, make sure to head for the world-class Visitor Centre, where you’ll learn all about it. 3. Drama and vertical drops at Dunluce Castle Back on dry land don’t miss Dunluce Castle. This 17th century castle sits perched on rocky cliffs overlooking the North Atlantic. During a stormy night in 1639, part of it fell into the sea and it was abandoned. The magical ruins have inspired many including Winston Churchill and writer CS Lewis. 4. Catch a wave or two at White Rocks White Rocks beach is a Blue Flag Award winner, Northern Ireland is Good to Go! We want your break in Northern Ireland to be as safe and enjoyable as it can be. That’s why we have teamed up with the national tourism bodies of England, Scotland and Wales to create the We’re Good To Go safety mark. Whenever you see a business displaying the We’re Good To Go mark you know they are committed to operating safely so you can holiday with total confidence. In Northern Ireland, we put your safety at the heart of everything we do. We’ve taken lots of small steps, so you can still have a giant adventure. Look for the We’re Good To Go mark on all accommodation, visitor attractions, restaurants and pubs, conference and events venues, and tour and coach operators. Tourism Northern Ireland Floors 10-12, Linum Chambers, Bedford Square, Bedford Street, Belfast, BT2 7ES Telephone: +44 (0) 28 9023 1221 featuring limestone cliffs which stretch from Curran Strand to Dunluce Castle. This is a magnet for water sports enthusiasts and is a great spot for surfing, body boarding and kayaking. Surfers should check in with local tube catchers in Portrush, Portstewart and Portballintrae to find out more about the best waves and rides on nearby beaches. 5. Frame your view with the Dark Hedges A little off the route, outside Ballymoney, fans of the hit series Game of Thrones® will find the famous Dark Hedges. Planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century, the trees line the entrance path towards the Georgian mansion Gracehill House. Today it is one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland, and rightfully so.